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For application where the smallest jig possible is required. Unlimited material thickness. Fenceless design allows you to make precise angle and stock depth adjustments. Hardened steel drill guide. Glass-reinforced nylon body. Plug setting guide helps to fully Seat wood plugs. Works with a variety of common clamps or any Kreg face clamp. 1/2" To unlimited screw centering ability. Kit includes the mini Kreg jig, stepped drill bit, depth Collar and Allen wrench.
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The Kreg Mini Kreg Jig Kit makes it easier to do pocket hole joinery with its no-fence design that allows for easy positioning in practically any location. This one-hole jig is especially useful for repair work on furniture or flooring. It comes with a 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth collar, and Allen wrench to set drilling depth, and a set of detailed instructions.
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The Mini Kreg Jig Kit is the introductory package for pocket hole joinery. The one-hole Mini Kreg Jig comes in handy in numerous hard to reach applications. The no-fence design allows it to be positioned in just about any location with ease. Great tool for repair work such as reinforcing a chair rail to the leg or tightening up a squeaky floor board. The Mini Kreg Jig Kit includes the Mini Kreg Jig, 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth collar and allen wrench for setting your drilling depth and detailed instructions.
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Makes pocket Hole joinery work easier
No-fence design makes for easy positioning
One-hole Jig is great for furniture repairs or flooring work
Includes 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth Collar, and Allen wrench
Handy for repair applications and space constricted areas
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I have a kreg k5 and love it but I don't recommend this little guy. Moves around way too much. I would just pay double for Milescraft and call it a day. It is FAR SUPERIOR in every way.
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back in stock https://smile.amazon.com/Kreg-MKJ...B00065WPP2
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Always wanted to try making pocket holes with a jig.
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that's what i'm planning. what is necessary for a collection like you mentioned? do you have to buy different jig sets for different thickness of boards, maybe lots of accessories? i'm just going to learn as i go, this product seems pretty versatile. regular c-clamps ok?
This one is good for thin stock like joining 1/2" parts together, but it goes up to handle larger stock; then the standard jigs (stand-alone or k4/5) handle up to 1-1/2" (actual 2x4 dimension) then to do larger parts you want the HD version. All three of those jigs use their own size bits and something like #6 #8 and #10 screw sizes.

Edit: I just realized that this is the mini, not the micro. The micro is the one that is good for 1/2" joinery - this one is the same size as the standard sized k4/5 but standalone single hole.
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I have a kreg k5 and love it but I don't recommend this little guy. Moves around way too much. I would just pay double for Milescraft and call it a day. It is FAR SUPERIOR in every way.
I wish the K5 compatible micro and HD would go on sale...
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I wish the K5 compatible mini and HD would go on sale...
The Milescraft is so much better than the Kreg as far as mini pocket hole jigs go. It's double the price but has infinite weight in gold as far as frustration goes when you actually start using it. I'm not sponsored by them, just had to make a bunch of pocket holes recently!
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The Milescraft is so much better than the Kreg as far as mini pocket hole jigs go. It's double the price but has infinite weight in gold as far as frustration goes when you actually start using it. I'm not sponsored by them, just had to make a bunch of pocket holes recently!
Thanks for the tip, I'll check it out
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that's what i'm planning. what is necessary for a collection like you mentioned? do you have to buy different jig sets for different thickness of boards, maybe lots of accessories? i'm just going to learn as i go, this product seems pretty versatile. regular c-clamps ok?
Get the Milescraft kit instead man. It has multiple depth stops, a lip to prevent sliding, you can flip the lip up in case you want to pocket hole the center of a board, it has a magnet on the clamp point so that it doesn't fall down every time you release the clamp (SO annoying on the Kreg), it has a chart built into it so you know where to position the jig based on the depth of the wood, it has a chart on where to put the stop collar. THIS Kreg jig has none of that. I'd say that's worth double the price. The built in charts alone are worth it.
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The Milescraft is so much better than the Kreg as far as mini pocket hole jigs go. It's double the price but has infinite weight in gold as far as frustration goes when you actually start using it. I'm not sponsored by them, just had to make a bunch of pocket holes recently!
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Thanks for the tip, I'll check it out
Thanks for the suggestion. Right now the Milescraft PocketJig200 is 22.99 with a .74 coupon taking it down to 22.25. After a bit of quick research I went with the Milescraft. It's more but in the long run I think my money will be better spent. Someone else can get repped if they want to post that deal. Internet attaboys don't make my socks go up and down.

I did give a thumbs up and repped the OP. This is a good deal. I just went a different direction.
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Thanks for the suggestion. Right now the Milescraft PocketJig200 is 22.99 with a .74 coupon taking it down to 22.25. After a bit of quick research I went with the Milescraft. It's more but in the long run I think my money will be better spent. Someone else can get repped if they want to post that deal. Internet attaboys don't make my socks go up and down.

I did give a thumbs up and repped the OP. This is a good deal. I just went a different direction.
Right, looking at the Milescraft, it is cheaper than the Kreg R3, especially the one with the clamp. I have some C clamps, so might be usable for less $$ and better recommendations here.
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Get the Milescraft kit instead man. It has multiple depth stops, a lip to prevent sliding, you can flip the lip up in case you want to pocket hole the center of a board, it has a magnet on the clamp point so that it doesn't fall down every time you release the clamp (SO annoying on the Kreg), it has a chart built into it so you know where to position the jig based on the depth of the wood, it has a chart on where to put the stop collar. THIS Kreg jig has none of that. I'd say that's worth double the price. The built in charts alone are worth it.
You're talking about the Pocketjig200 [milescraft.com] set right? or does the Pocketjig100 [milescraft.com]have those features too? It's just hard for me to tell what you're talkign about because I've never used one of these. Thanks for the Milescraft recommendation.

I'm alos wondering if these styles are worth the extra price in the long run: https://www.harborfreight.com/por...96264.html
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You're talking about the Pocketjig200 [milescraft.com] set right? or does the Pocketjig100 [milescraft.com]have those features too? It's just hard for me to tell what you're talkign about because I've never used one of these. Thanks for the Milescraft recommendation.

I'm alos wondering if these styles are worth the extra price in the long run: https://www.harborfreight.com/por...96264.html
It's the Milescraft 200. Those single pocket hole ones aren't worth it. They are too small so you have to clamp them extremely tight and even then they want to move around. I know this Kreg is only 9 bucks but it's just not worth the frustration. Again I also own a Kreg K5 which is awesome but for quick pocket holes the Milescraft cannot be beaten even at more than double the price. I wouldn't buy this single Kreg jig even if it was $1 unless I was buying it for just the drill bit.

Edit: Sorry i don't mean to thread crap, this seems a good deal but just sharing my user experience.
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It's the Milescraft 200. Those single pocket hole ones aren't worth it. They are too small so you have to clamp them extremely tight and even then they want to move around. I know this Kreg is only 9 bucks but it's just not worth the frustration. Again I also own a Kreg K5 which is awesome but for quick pocket holes the Milescraft cannot be beaten even at more than double the price. I wouldn't buy this single Kreg jig even if it was $1 unless I was buying it for just the drill bit.

Edit: Sorry i don't mean to thread crap, this seems a good deal but just sharing my user experience.
Is the Pocket Jig100 just as useful or should people at least go for a Pocket Jig 200.
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It's the Milescraft 200. Those single pocket hole ones aren't worth it. They are too small so you have to clamp them extremely tight and even then they want to move around. I know this Kreg is only 9 bucks but it's just not worth the frustration. Again I also own a Kreg K5 which is awesome but for quick pocket holes the Milescraft cannot be beaten even at more than double the price. I wouldn't buy this single Kreg jig even if it was $1 unless I was buying it for just the drill bit.

Edit: Sorry i don't mean to thread crap, this seems a good deal but just sharing my user experience.
definitely not a TC IMO, very useful info. thanks. i'm sure this Kreg is a good deal for some people.
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